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ph2t

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Heya everyone, since the new firmware I do get the occasional message about overheating. Usually when flying in normal mode. It is hot here at the moment down under, so maybe those 35deg days I shouldn't be flying.

Has anyone else received these messages after the last firmware update?

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ph2t.
 

Ferro

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I have never received any messages. It doesn’t even get warm.
 

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I have rec’d that message when, to the touch, the Tello is only slightly warm. Could it be sensing an overheated battery? Next time I get this I’ll quickly pull the battery and see.
 

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TelloFpv has a temp threshold & warning in the new beta release. I have no clue what normal temperatures are but mine says its around 60-65 deg which isn't a lot for a SOC. But maybe there are multiple different temperatures available in the system. The one that I use seems to be the IMU temp, but there could be battery, cpu, gpu, ....
 
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My name is Chris I've never this drone because it over heats .What is causing this I have no clue it's never been flown but it will if it's not refunded or exchanged ..
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It shut's down to protect the electronics from too high temperatures when sitting on the ground for a longer time. You also have the option to let the motors spinning slowly for some ventilation cooling either by SDK command or by CSC (combination stick command - you can google this).

Usually you'll not see overheating during flight as long as you operate it inside a "normal" temperature range. When you push it hard in very warm environments, there may also be a limitation.

Perhaps you should articulate your problem more clearly in order to get help.
 
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